LONDON, December 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Once a year, Henley & Partners honors an inspirational global citizen whose extraordinary achievements have improved our global community and contributed to transnational thinking and a more understanding, more tolerant world.
The 2015 Award opened for entries on 1 December 2014 and closes on 1 June 2015.
The Award recognises an individual, group or company who spends an extraordinary amount of time and effort to improve our global community. The laureate will go beyond the call of duty; demonstrate extraordinary vision, courage or commitment; and their work will have a direct and positive impact on the lives of other people.
The decision is made by the Award Committee, an independent body of distinguished individuals who will select the annual laureate through a majority decision. The selection process is confidential.
Candidates may be individuals, groups or organizations, and anyone may nominate a candidate for the Award. Nominations should have detailed accounts of the nominee's work, and solid references to back up the submission. The nomination form can be downloaded at http://www.henleyglobal.com/gca and should be submitted via email to email@example.com.
The Award will be presented during Henley & Partners 9th Global Residence and Citizenship Conference in Dubai in November 2015.
About Henley & Partners
Henley & Partners is the global leader in residence and citizenship planning. Each year, hundreds of wealthy individuals, families and their advisors rely on their expertise and experience in this area.
The concept of residence and citizenship planning was created by Henley & Partners in the 1990s. As globalization has expanded, residence and citizenship have become topics of significant interest among the increasing number of internationally mobile entrepreneurs and investors who work with Henley & Partners.
The firm also runs a government advisory practice, and have been involved in strategic consulting and the design, set-up and operation of several of the world's most successful residence and citizenship programs which attracted have more than US$3.8 billion in foreign direct investment to date.
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